Document Type

Book Review

Journal or Conference Title

Philosophy East and West

ISSN

1527-943X

Volume

32

Issue

3

First Page

346

Last Page

348

Publication Date

1982

Department

Religion and Philosophy

Abstract

"Influenced by the sympathetic explorations of Thomas Merton, William Johnston and Hugo Enomiya-LaSalle (to name but a few) Christians have over the last decade or so shown an increasing willingness to learn from the Buddhist tradition. An environment in which interest is accompanied by a deep bow of respect is precious and worthy of preservation, and it is for this reason that Buddhism and Christianity deserves attention. It threatens that environment." ~from the review

Rights

Copyright © University of Hawaii Press. Reprinted with permission.

Publisher Statement

Originally published as Novak, Philip. (1982). Buddhism and Christianity by George Siegmund. Philosophy East and West, 32(3). 346 348.

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